John Richardson

Budget Planning 2021: 9 Supply Chain Things to Know

The effects of COVID-19 on North American business are creating supply chain challenges into the second half of 2020. Organizations’ ability to… Read More »

Plan, Adjust, Communicate with Data Visibility

Supply chain visibility empowers you to reduce risk and improve customer service. That’s especially important in a period of widespread disruption,… Read More »

7 FAQs Answered with Supply Chain Visibility

Organizations that invested in supply chain mapping are more successfully managing COVID-19 disruption thanks to greater awareness of their demand… Read More »

The Relativity of the Supply Web

In Albert Einstein’s famous equation “E=mc2,” both energy and mass are replaceable with one another. But the constant measurement of time cannot be… Read More »

Business Objectives Determine Supply Chain Visibility Needs

For many organizations, a rear-view perspective on the COVID-19 pandemic reveals opportunities for course corrections that might have prevented… Read More »

Engineering and Analyzing the Supply Web

No matter how you manage it, transformation always comes with costs. When moving from a single, lowest-cost supply chain source to a supply web of… Read More »

Building Lasting Data Partnerships in the Supply Web

The term supply chain dates back to only 1982. In an interview with Financial Times, British logistician Keith Oliver introduced the ideas of “supply… Read More »

How the Global Supply Web is Taking Over for Supply Chains

For centuries, we have all relied on supply chains to deliver critical goods. The best example of this comes from the story of Marco Polo. After… Read More »

Disruption – Not Necessity – Is the Mother of Supply Chain Improvement

Perhaps you’ve heard the famous proverb: “Necessity is the mother of invention.” The saying becomes particularly popular when companies look for ways… Read More »

How E-Commerce is Driving the Supply Web Evolution

We are living in a rare and significant time in human history. Anyone alive in 2020 will always remember COVID-19. When we speak of these days, we… Read More »

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